Wilma Stoltzfus

Wilma Stoltzfus

Sunday, February 9th, 1964 - Saturday, February 15th, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Wilma Marie Stoltzfus on February 15th, 2020 at the age of 56. Wilma was born in Ephratha, Pennsylvania on February 9th, 1964. She grew up in Pennsylvania and Three Hills, Alberta where she graduated from High School. Wilma got her Bachelor in Biblical studies in Three Hills. In 1988 she completed a three year degree at the Foothills School of Nursing in Calgary. Her nursing career started at the Foothills Hospital in Calgary, then Lancaster, Pennsylvania, San Antonio, Texas, Casper, Wyoming, and Billings, Montana. In June 2002, Wilma returned to Sundre, Alberta and helped her parents on the Dairy farm while continuing to work as a nurse in Calgary and Sundre.

Wilma was an avid gardener and enjoyed watercolor artwork, photography and making braided wool rugs. She loved her family in so many ways and was much loved in return. She will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Her loved ones left behind are her parents, Melvin and Nancy Stoltzfus; brother Melvin Lamar Stoltzfus; brother Wendell Stoltzfus, his wife Leanne and daughters Madi (Adian Cox) and Resa (Greg Vowk); sister Rena Wengerd, her husband Kevin, son Jake, daughter Shana and great nephew Brayson; brother Loren Stoltzfus, his wife Seana, daughter Fayth and son Levi; sister Joy Schochenmaier, her husband Allan, and daughter Ava; sister Melody Neufeld, her husband Nathan and sons Seth, Lief, and Cale; and numerous Uncles and Aunts and Cousins.

Donations in Wilma’s memory can be made to the Sundre Hospital Futures Fund. The funeral for Wilma will be held on Saturday, March 7th at the First Baptist Church in Olds at 2:00 pm.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    Saturday, March 7th, 2020 2:00pm
    Olds First Baptist Church
    5005 53 Ave.
    OLDS, AB
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Keith Klippenstein
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    Olds First Baptist Church
    5005 53 Ave.
    OLDS, AB
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email


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The schochenmaier familys

Posted at 10:03am
We are so sorry for your loss.
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Carol & Doug Beach

Posted at 03:09pm
Wilma brought kindness, grace, and humour to everything she did and to everyone she met in life. We will try to do the same while we miss her.
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Lynn Peachey

Posted at 06:43pm of my few lifelong friends...memories over the years...many many days spent at "the farm", taking a picnic lunch and riding horses through the fields, snacking on soda crackers spread with butter AND peanut butter, escaping the little sisters in the hay loft, sitting on the counters in the "farm" kitchen of the "big house", butchering so many of those tough old hens but the most fun was running around together, school relationships drama, the "MMM" club (what was that anyway??), sewing projects, shared school stress, growing up, sharing a year of bible school in the dorm, late night chats, struggles with futures, relationship hurts, doubts and fears, continuing to grow up, paths taking us different places, visits whenever possible, lots of laughing, mostly because wilma could always make me laugh, growing respect for her accomplishments and courage and independence, a bit jealous that she became a nurse and that was never to be my journey, thoughtful notes, a beautiful water-colour painted for my 50th birthday, and a hand written letter each christmas, faith struggles and conflicts, a growing comfort with who we both became, less of a need to please people, more confidence and strength, a peace in seeing God's hand in it all and that was enough...strength through her first illness, hopes for the future, tiredness, a "knowing", and the courageous choice to face physical death while acknowledging that this was not all there would be, humour and laughter, deeper chats and totally meaningless conversation, so much honour and respect for her character and faith in God, knowing that others were watching and it mattered how she lived out what she claimed to believe, joy in connecting, precious time...i will always be thankful for the friendship and presence of my friend wilma...she is to your entire family as we join with you soon to honour and remember who she was to so many. wilma, you were and are loved by so many!

Eric and Linda Mertz

Posted at 11:32am
Some of our greatest memories of Wilma are of enjoying working with her at James River Bible Camp and her babysitting the kids at Prairie Bible Institute. She was so fun to have around, a tremendous worker and we loved her dearly!! Our love and prayers are with the family.

Kathy Hamm

Posted at 03:31pm
Wilma was gentle woman with a feisty soul, who was content to be in the background but willing to stand up for what she believed in. Meekness and strength. A precious lady. My prayers for you, her family, as you grieve the loss of her while looking forward to seeing her again someday.

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